|Radio Mast (Em077) - Bacillus|
Bacillus is Ian Simpson (electronics and tape edits) Bacillus Bacillus is the solo project of Ian Simpson, a UK based improviser, sound artist and composer. All the work realised under this project uses electronics and sound manipulation as its textural medium. Some of the works are improvised and some use a graphic or text scores as their basis. Many use found sounds and field recordings. Some of the original source material has come from Ians very first experiments with tapes and electronics i...
Keywords: bacillus; electronic music; stockhausen; ambient; sound collage; music concrete; musique concrete; faust; radio; shortwave; noise; noisescape; soundscape; radio art; art; nono; berio; xenakis; fonik; noise research; industrial; industry
|Radio Collage #1 EP (Em145) - Noise Research|
This piece was constructed from recent recordings of shortwave radio broadcasts. The recordings have been treated, layered, edited or just left as they were made. This is the first in a short series of future 'Radio Collages'. Noise Research is the project of UK Sound Artist / Musician Ian Simpson. Noise Research has material released on the Electronic Musik (UK),A.M.P. (Mexico) Rift Recordings (UK), Clinical Archives (Russia) Earth Monkey Productions (UK) & Bivouac (China) labels...
Keywords: noise research; shortwave radio; electronic musik; ambient; noise; collage; sound art; music concrete; musique concrete; transmitter; receiver; radio broadcasts; communication; media; tape cut ups; edited sounds; space sounds; spacescapes; static; white noise; pink noise; long wave; medium wave; wave; radio waves; fonik; bacillus; sound artist; ian simpson; circuit sounds; stockhausen; john cage; pierre henry; pierre schaeffer
|Sea of Mirrors (Em139) - Gary Fisher|
Gary Fisher is a Manchester based sound and visual artist and improvisor working in a continuous process of experimentation and enquiry focussed around instinctive or investigatory responses to sound, images, places, words, and objects. The overall practice includes various approaches and may be considered a constant 'work in progress'. Central to this process is a fascination with amplifying textures, surfaces and objects, testing the sound-making possibilities of objects, using found objects a...
Keywords: gary fisher; sound art; music concrete; field recordings; live music; performance art; ambient; found sounds; artist; conceptual; art; sonic art; collage; sound collage; found objects; contact microphone; hydrophone; textural; textures; objects; deconstruction; manchester; tape recorder; radio; shortwave; spiral; stockhausen; buddha machine; cymbal; book; home made instruments; noise makers; spring reverb; futurist; dada; shaeffer; pierre henry; analogue technology; sea of mirrors; stroke club; john cage; electronic musik